See I kind of a agree, but at the same time, in editing we already do this by cutting away and cutting back to a different anyway. So... Like I agree it's disturbing for sure, and it feels like we remove "something" from the actors, like them basically. But like i said, we do this already, we have already been doing this and just hiding the cut with reactions and inserts and cut aways. So its interesting and I definitely am not against it completely, but I'm not for it as a goto post tool... Because it arguably would be easier to get the actor to do it right on set, and cheaper. But I suppose this could help remove the need for spending money on pick ups for pointless reaction shots for a scene that you already shot.
Since Disney is the one backing this, I can only assume they've been playing with it in their latest movies, their super hero movies.
But I felt there was an emphasises on "video" rather than "celluloid" is it doable with film or no (for whatever reason) ?
All i want someone to make new anamorphic primes for EF & PL.
Then can should be cine primes, but ill settle for slr lenses
but's not really either... because a medium format sensor wouldn't have been 16:9... it's a 4:3 sensor, like the model they released prior to this one. Which enables proper anamorphic images and even that "Full" imax projection. rather than a digital tv screen. Plus medium format would be at least 8k, but whatever.
Your best article is a while, don't mean to sound like i'm giving you a back handed compliment, but it I feel like it was, congrats!
I agree with the idea that something has to be said about communicating to crew and cast about what will be endured in the production, but here comes my rant.
Crew members are notoriously known for running their mouths, whether right or wrong, it's not their fault, it's human nature. Its super common for someone with secret or "unknown" info to "just" add their 2 cents, about something people have interests in, i'm doing it now by commenting. It's the nature of the net.
They're there to do a simple job which is only a small part of the full production, so they may not be 110% focused as much of the time, as say, the director, dp, ad, or even some cast. They do their job, go stand or find a place to sit until they need to tweak or undo their work. At a point, they will begin to focus on things that aren't any of their business. But that's where being professional comes in, your job is to do what you're hired to do to the best you can by communicating to your peers, leaders, and followers when it deems appropriate and not hindering the focus of the creation. "same thing as waiting for the right time to say something." Why bash something that's still being made, it's not done, like saying that a child will be a miserable senior... There are more variables that are still in play that don't revolve are you.
Bottom line, is if you can handle the fire, get out of the kitchen. There is something to be said about safety because movies aren't worth lives, but that's not your job, that was someone else's job- they were hired to make sure you were safe, therefore you can just do your job, which by the way, isn't commenting to the public about "what you saw someone do or say out of context from where you were standing that day."
I'll leave with a great example. Star Wars 7 & Mad Max 4. All shot as practical as possible because of the desired effect. They're both shot in extreme biomes, sure there are a bit more "in studio stuff" than this film, but still, they stick through it for the final product being made. (Titles as reasons aside) A moviegoer doesn't care if you were cold or hungry or if it was raining on set, it's just a "fun fact" that they'll forget about, because all they give a shit about is, is final product worth paying for?
I'm still waiting for the lower frame rate update... I really want 20, 22, even 18 fps options, for fight and car chase scenes. some day :(
and because its not a global shutter